NEW HIRES
Camden National Bank hired Victoria Gray as vice president, commercial banking officer.
Gray brings over 35 years of industry experience. Most recently, she served as vice president, treasury management sales officer at Citizens Bank.

 

Amy Taylor joined NBT Bank as vice president and cash management sales representative. Taylor is based at NBT’s regional headquarters at 254 Commercial St. on Merrill’s Wharf in Portland. She brings 12 years of experience.
Most recently, she was treasury management sales officer at TD Bank in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Kathryn Beaule was named vice president of sales and service at Town & Country Federal Credit Union.
Beaule, of Mechanic Falls, brings many years of sales, marketing, lending, technology and customer service experience to her position. She previously worked for Credit Union National Association Mutual Group.

Embrace Home Loans has hired Angela Levesque as a senior loan officer in its South Portland office. Levesque previously worked for Franklin American and Wells Fargo.

 

Community Credit Union hired Richard Grondin as a member representative.
Grondin, of Auburn, will assist members with daily transactions, primarily from its branch in Lewiston.

 

Ed Powell joined Mechanics Savings Bank as vice president, commercial loan officer.
Powell, of Buxton, will be based out of the Windham branch. He brings more than 30 years of banking experience, including 20 years in commercial banking.

 

Bath Savings Institution has announced management changes to its Freeport and Falmouth offices.
Vice President Andrea Martin has been named the branch manager of the Falmouth office.
Martin, of Yarmouth, has been with Bath Savings for 12 years, where she most recently managed the Freeport office.

 

Michelle Barker has been promoted to Freeport branch manager.
Barker, of Lisbon, joined the bank in 2006 as a teller in Freeport. She was promoted to customer service representative and later assistant branch manager.

 

CEI Capital Management LLC promoted Aimee Cates to investment officer and Elizabeth “Libby” Chenevert to asset and relationship manager.
Cates began her career at CCML in 2011 as a compliance assistant before being promoted to asset and relationship manager in 2015.
Chenevert began her career at CCML in 2015 as a compliance assistant.

Naomme Paris was promoted to business banking officer at Biddeford Savings in Kennebunk.
Paris joined Biddeford Savings in 2015 as assistant vice president, commercial loan portfolio officer II. She brings over 20 years of banking experience including commercial real estate financing.

Joseph Leland was named branch manager at Norway Savings Bank in Falmouth.
Leland joined Norway Savings in 2012 as a teller before working his way to assistant branch manager of the Scarborough office in 2015.

 

The Maine Credit Union League received the prestigious national Youth Financial Education Award from the Credit Union National Association.
It’s the 14th consecutive year they received the national award.
Maine’s credit unions reached more than 17,000 Maine high school students during the 2015/16 school year.

F.L.Putnam Investment Management Co. announced that senior vice president and portfolio manager Robertson P. Breed was named to Barron’s Top 1,200 Financial Advisors list.
Breed was one of just six advisers in Maine to make the list. He started his career at E.F.Hutton and joined F.L.Putnam in 1991. He now serves as the most senior portfolio manager on the F.L.Putnam investment team.

Monique Gorey joined Town & Country board of directors. Gorey, of Scarborough, was assistant branch manager for Town & Country and now works for the Scarborough School Department as an ed tech III in the guidance office.

 

Tim Nightingale, executive vice president and senior loan officer at Camden National Bank, was named to serve on the board of directors for the Finance Authority of Maine. He brings more than 35 years of commercial banking industry experience to the board.

 

Joshua Broder, chief executive officer of Tilson in Portland, joined the board of directors of Skowhegan Savings.
Broder, who grew up in Cumberland, was recently named a “Top Young Professional” in New England by Engineering News-Record. A former Army signal officer, Broder was awarded the Bronze Star for service in Afghanistan. He replaces Roger Gifford, who stepped down from the board after 26 years of service.